Pedroza, Lambo Selected Draft All-Stars

Baseball America is still busy handling out some post-season accolades and have added to them by choosing All- Star teams from this past June's draft. As a matter of fact, they selected two of them- one for the players selected from college; the other for those from the high school ranks and the Dodgers landed a player on each.

The shortstop on those who were college players is Jaime Pedroza, who was the Dodgers' ninth-round choice from Cal-Riverside. He debuted by hitting .360 with eight home runs and 40 runs batted in for Ogden in 56 games. Andrew Lambo was named to the high school team for compiling a .343 average with five home runs and 32 RBI for the Gulf Coast Dodgers.

Lambo, the Dodgers' fourth-round selection from Newbury, Cal., High, was named at first base, the position he occupied while still in school. The Dodgers switched him to right field asa pro with only occasional forays back to first.

In addition, Lambo was named No. four among the high school grads who who made the best pro debuts while righthander Timothy Sexton was fifth among the junior college products in that department. Sexton was 3-1, 3.57 for Great Lakes with 25 strikeouts and only five walks in 22.2 innings.

However, righthander Kyle Blair was considered the second-best player who didn't sign. Blair, LA's fifth-round pick, turned down their offer to attend the University of San Diego.